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Norwin to honor athletes in Hall of Fame ceremonies

| Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2018, 5:12 p.m.

The Norwin Athletic Hall of Fame is honoring star basketball, volleyball, soccer, track, and football players, along with swimmers and several teams teams at its eighth annual Athletic Hall of Fame dinner at 6 p.m. Sept. 20 at Stratigos Banquet Center, North Huntingdon.

The individuals to be inducted are: Ben Bailley and Tom Savage, basketball; Brad Bouldin and Mike Ferragonio, volleyball;, Nicky Garrity, soccer; Rachel Kalberer, volleyball and track; Carol Muentzer-Henderson and Tim Tray, track; Damon Pietronigro, swimming; and Dan Priatko, contributor, football.

Also being recognized are the 1977 boys basketball team and the 1977 boys cross country team and the 1987 and 1988 girls volleyball teams.

The Hall of Fame recognizes people who have brought pride and prestige to the Norwin School District athletic program and community, either as a player, coach, administrator, or community contributor.

The Hall of Fame Executive Committee is chaired by Brandon Rapp and also consists of Les Harvath, Andy Phipps, Tom Shirley, Tom Shrump, and Jay Zahorchak.

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